Paris in ’24, LA in ’28, then go multi-city: The Olympic games needs a fix before it’s too late.
Unlike FIFA, professional teams in the U.S. have no need to resort to criminality or corruption to enrich themselves.
How the bosses of English football are using an ages-old concept to globalize entertainment for the masses.
The excess of capital pouring into professional soccer will inevitably bring about its demise.
Are sponsorships of sports clubs beachheads for sovereign wealth funds’ investments in the West's national champions?
How are U.S. universities failing to uphold their end of the social contract when it comes to student athletes?